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Species Host%2FNectar 100%

Alfalfa Angelica Anise Asclepias Aster Black Locust Boneset, Common Canada Thistle Catnip Cole Crops - Broccoli, Cabbage, Etc Dandelion Dame's Rocket Dill Echinacea purpurea Fennell Garlic Mustard Goldenrod Honey Locust Honeysuckle Horseweed Impatiens Indian Hemp Ironweed Joe-Pye Weed Lilac Loosestrife Milkweed, Common (Asclepias syriaca) Milkweed, Swamp (Asclepias incarnata) Monarda Parsley Peppermint Phlox - common blue Phlox - Garden Raspberry, Black Red Clover (Trifolium rubens 'Red Feathers"


pollination guelph gosling gardens book pg 12-13 watermarked 91%

12 llin o P t igh yr p Co n o i at n o i at in l l o P t igh r y p o C e u G Gu h p l e h p l e h p l e only feed on the leaves of Milkweed plants (Asclepias sp.).


album toxico 73%

5-Asclepias curassavica - algodaozinho do campo??


alltaxa 71%

Asclepias syriaca L. Asclepias viridiflora Raf.


vintage hill 2018 50%

‘Marginata’ ‘Orange Crush’ Adenum obesum Desert Rose African Violets Agave (see succulents) Ageratum ‘Aloha Blue’ ‘Blue Horizon’ ‘High Tide Blue’ Albuca ‘Frizzle Sizzle’ NEW Alocasia (Elephant Ears) ‘Portora’ reticulata ‘Stingray’ Aloe ‘Guido’ ‘Hedgehog’ vera Alternanthera ‘Gold Thread’ ‘Little Ruby’ ‘Party Time’ ‘Red Thread’ Alyssum ‘Crystal Clear White’ Angelonia ‘Angelface White’ ‘Angelmist Spreading Purple’ ‘Archangel Cherry Red’ ‘Archangel Dark Purple’ ‘Carita Raspberry’ ‘Serena Blue’ ‘Serena Purple’ Aralia ‘Balfour’ ‘Ming Gold’ Asclepias Butterfly Weed curvassica ‘Silky Gold’ ‘Silky Red’ (Gomphocarpus) physocarpus ‘Hairy Balls’ Asparagus dens.


Herbal Medicinals 26%

These include Adonis vernalis (adonis, false hellebore, pheasant’s eye), Apocynum androsaemifolium (dogbane, milkweed,andwildipecac),Apocynumcannabinum (dogbane, milkweed, and wild ipecac), Asclepias tuberosa (pleurisy root), Convallaria majalis (lily of the valley), Cystisus scoparius (broom), Digitalis lanata (yellow foxglove), and Digitalis purpurea (purple foxglove).